The former owner of the Abbey Inn & Suites is being sued for charging a woman $350 for posting a negative online review that noted cleanliness issues.
The 109-year-old building—once the tallest structure in Indianapolis—is slated for a transformation into a 130-room hotel expected to open in early 2020.
A legislative study panel has recommended that lawmakers block local governments from adopting what it calls "any undue restrictions" on using someone's primary residence as a short-term rental.
The 2022 College Football Playoff National Championship game is expected to have a $150 million economic impact on Indianapolis.
An advisory commission has chosen a proposal from an Indianapolis-based developer for a new convention center and hotel development in downtown Bloomington that is expected to cost about $72 million.
Hotels in Carmel could soon have an unexpected competitor—the city itself.
The proposed high-end hotel at Carmel’s City Center would be partially owned by the city, which would use bonds to finance it.
The Carmel Redevelopment Commission on Wednesday approved spending $20,000 per month for hospitality industry advice that could help it bring an Autograph Collection hotel to the City Center project.
City officials are scrapping plans to help finance construction of a long-awaited 21c hotel proposed as part of a $55 million redevelopment of Old City Hall and are putting the property back up for bid.
The 315-room hotel, built in 1998 at Keystone at the Crossing, now boasts several amenities and improvements that give it a more modern feel.
The hospital system plans to tear down a two-story hotel near its Indianapolis flagship campus and build a training facility for simulating situations in acute care.
Noblesville laid the groundwork for the campus in 2002. When East 146th Street opened in 2007, city leaders believed it would take 20 years for the area to build out. But it’s happening much faster.
At a time when revenue from its work horse—a casino that opened in late 2006—remains unpredictable, French Lick Resort is rolling the dice on a new strategy: one built on pursuing group sales to increase bookings at the resort and build exposure that will bring guests back for leisure visits. It’s already paying dividends.